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"Now I see. You're jealous. You're jealous
of humans aren't you? According to you, humans are supposed to be a lot weaker
than homunculi. And yet, even if they get discouraged after being beaten, and
even if they get close to falling down after losing their paths, they continue
to get up and fight. Everyone around them helps them get back up. And you're
envious of that."
~Edward Elric, Fullmetal Alchemist
jupiterrocks24 said:I've grown up a Coldplay fan. I can still remember being a three year old delighted by Clocks and Yellow coming on the radio; Clocks was rather new at the time.
I've never been a huge Coldplay fan but the group got my attention with the song Clocks. It seemed different, catchy, and very beautiful. I also had a friend who was a huge Coldplay fan. I think the two of those things made me pay a little more attention to that group.A lot of their music sounds sad to me, which I think is why I don't listen to it a whole lot. It has a rich texture, sort of like a subdued version of an "epic" quality to music. It can be very beautiful though. Like so many of their songs sound like the soundtrack to a very sad movie. For some reason their music invokes in me a feeling of past memories, happy times that are in the past, so it is a sort of bittersweet feeling that I have to be in the right mindset to want to experience...it's like I need to feel secure with where I am now to want to explore those feelings.
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